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This article will show you how to publish your Respondus test/quiz to your Blackboard course.
This article will cover videos and additional training material on Zoom Polling topics.
This article will show you how to use the Google Jamboard app to Synchronously Engage Your Students.
This article will explain how to order professional captions with Kaltura
This article deals with your Zoom meeting's usage reports.
This article contains videos to all of the User Support Services webinar recordings.
This article will cover videos and additional training material on Zoom Rooms, Annotation and Live Transcription topics.
This article will show you how to generate a shareable link for a particular document with view-only permissions which is currently stored in your RIC Google Workspace Drive.
This article will show you how to change the user permission to a particular file within your RIC Google Workspace Google Drive.
This article will show you how to un-share a file with a users.
This article will show you how to create profiles in Google Chrome to keeping your different Google accounts, like work (RIC Google Workspace) and personal, separate.
This article will show you how to share a file in your RIC Google Workspace Google Drive with someone who does not have a RIC G Suite account.
When you submit a request for help it's useful to provide visualization of your issue.
This article with video will show how students submit their work to a Blackboard assignment.
This article will cover Webinar recordings, videos and additional training material on Zoom: Getting Started topics:
This article gives students access to training material dealing with Blackboard and Zoom.
This article will cover training material on Adobe Acrobat and Reader topics.
This article will show you how to embed one of your Katlura videos into your Blackboard course.
This article will cover videos and additional training material on the below Google Drive topics:
If you're using a Google Account through your school, you can copy and transfer your files to another Google Account. If your Google Account isn't through your school, you can download your data instead.
This article will explain where the Zoom settings are stored for both macOS and Windows 10.
This article will address common Blackboard student questions.